solfege man page

solfege — GPL'ed ear training software

Synopsis

solfege [options]

Description

GNU Solfege is a program that let you use your computer to do ear training.

Options

This program follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-').

-h, --help
show this help message and exit
-v, --version
-w, --warranty
Show warranty and copyright.
--no-splash
Do not show the startup window.
--verbose-sound-init
Display more info about the sound setup.
--no-sound
Do not play any sounds. Instead some data is printed to standard output. Use this for debugging and porting.
--debug
Include features used by the Solfege developers to debug the program. --debug-level=DEBUG_LEVEL Valid debug values are: debug, info, warning, error, critical
--disable-exception-handler
Disable the exception handling in Gui.standard_exception_handler.
--no-random
For debugging only: Select questions from lesson files in sequential order.
--show-gtk-warnings
Show GtkWarnings and PangoWarnings in the traceback window.
-P PROFILE
Start with <profile>. Create the profile if it does not exist.
--make-screenshots
Create or update the screenshots for the user manual. Intended for developers of this program.

Bugs

Report bugs to bug-solfege@gnu.org or http://bugs.solfege.org.

Files

/etc/solfege
if solfege is installed into /usr, or {prefix}/etc/solfege in all other cases. System administrators can override the values in the default.config file. The most obvious values you might want to change is the sound setup.
~/.solfegerc
This file is used to store most configuration values. While it is possible to edit the file by hand, everything you need can and should be done from the gui.
~/.solfege
Statistics is stored in subdirectories below this dir.

Author

Main author of GNU Solfege and this manual page is Tom Cato Amundsen <tca@gnu.org>. For more details, read the AUTHORS file from the source tarball.

Info

05 oktober 2013